Jacques Garcia designs NoMad Las Vegas on top of the Park MGM

NoMad Las Vegas has opened as the newest resort in Park MGM, formerly the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. It was conceived by Sydell Group in partnership with 2017 World's Best Restaurant winners chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara.

Designed by French architect Jacques Garcia, NoMad Las Vegas has 293 rooms and suites, situated on the top four floors of Park MGM. Design-wise, the rooms are said to reflect Garcia's style with a distinct New York sensibility. Each room has custom-designed furnishings, hardwood floors, Bellino linens, custom Argan bathroom products and original artwork curated by Paris-based design studio be-poles, who have been an integral part of the NoMad hotels from inception.

NoMad Las Vegas marks the first Las Vegas culinary offerings from Humm and Guidara's Make It Nice, whose portfolio includes the NoMad hotels in New York and Los Angeles, Made Nice and the Eleven Madison Park in Manhattan's Flatiron District.

The classical theaters of France inspired the design of NoMad Bar, an all-day dining destination. In the evening, the space turns into a bar.

The first-ever NoMad Casino is located under the historic Tiffany glass ceiling that is original to the former Monte Carlo. The gaming floor, with blackjack, baccarat and roulette, takes inspiration from the old-world glamour of European casinos and the hotel's new home on the Las Vegas Strip. Taking cues from the Tiffany ceiling, Garcia's design draws on its pentagonal shape, mirrored in the casino's geometry, leaning in an art deco direction as a nod to the 20th century building. There is also a bar at the casino.

Opening in spring 2019 will be the NoMad's pool, a garden-like oasis inspired by the Majorelle Gardens of Morocco.

Photo credit: Benoit Linero